Somewhere, amidst all the interesting happenings of the year, were some great blog posts containing wisdomous words about writing.
As always, I had a hard time narrowing the list to just twelve, but I finally managed it. Here's my personal selection of the best writing-related blog posts from 2018:
Manipulating Story Time for Maximal Effect (Kathryn Craft)
7 Story Structures Any Writer Can Use (Jerry Jenkins)
Rookie Mistakes Indie Writers Make (James Scott Bell)
Five Ways the so-called “Conventional Wisdom” within the Writing Conversation Can Take You Down (Larry Brooks)
Three Simple Questions That Will Unlock Your Story (Lisa Cron)
Let No Good Tension Go Unstretched (James Scott Bell)
Setting Goals to Finish Writing Your Book (Brian Tracy)
The First Five Lines (Donald Maass)
Skip Those Writing Speed Bumps (Elizabeth Spann Craig)
Your Online Presence: 10 Mistakes for Authors to Avoid (Anne R. Allen)
Unsnagging Your Plot (James Scott Bell)
It Doesn't Matter Where You Start. Just START! (Shonell Bacon)
How about you?
What were your favorite blog posts from 2019?
If you found these useful, you may also like:
My personal selection of the most interesting blog posts from 2018
My personal selection of the most interesting blog posts from 2017
My personal selection of the most interesting blog posts from 2016